Download the file. Place it in a folder called C:/arm/
The program requires Microsoft Excel 2007 or later. If you are prompted, be sure to Enable Editing/Enable Content/Enable Macros.
Three steps to setting up a tournament
1 - Choose the names for the classes that will be offered 2- Load pullers into those classes 3- Select style of tournament.
Single and double elimination tournaments can be seeded by weight or seeded randomly in each round. You can also choose how far to run each class before automatically beginning matches from the next class. The other option is to run a round robin style tournament.
Post by Andrew Grant on Feb 15, 2013 21:50:22 GMT -5
The top left corner is a stop watch. The top right corner shows a slide show with all the active brackets. Clicking the pullers weight will launch an intro video of that puller if one is saved in the C:/arm/ folder. All fouls and warnings can be tracked and a play by play of all the matches can be printed at the end along with standings and brackets. The program also produces HTML and message board postable brackets linked to specifically to each match in a youtube video. At anytime during the tournament, message board postable brackets of the progress in each class can be produced by pressing 'Ctrl + b' and then pasting the update to the message board.
The names on deck pullers would normally appear in the light blue bar below "Round 9-1" In the case of this screen capture this was the last match scheduled in that round and the on-deck pullers had not yet been determined.
Hello , my name is Mark Elford ...I'm wanting to start a tournament in Victoria BC Canada , I was wondering if I should use a " name" on the tournament ? Any suggestions would be great..I've never put together a armwrestle tournament but just want to.